Advanced State Management in React with Recoil: Atom Families, Selectors, and Async Queries

Managing state in React applications has evolved significantly, from simple state hooks to sophisticated libraries that handle complex state scenarios. Recoil is a powerful state management library for React that addresses many limitations of traditional state management approaches. It provides a flexible and scalable way to handle state, particularly in large applications. This blog post will explore advanced state management techniques using Recoil, focusing on atom families, selectors, and handling asynchronous queries....

June 14, 2024 路 8 min 路 1506 words 路 Omid Farhang

Micro Frontends: Working Example

We already talked about Why using Micro Frontend and How to use it. But now let鈥檚 explorer a working example to understand it better. Building a Micro Frontend Architecture with Qwik, Angular, and React Micro frontend architecture is gaining popularity as a way to develop scalable and modular web applications. By breaking down a monolithic frontend into smaller, independently deployable modules, teams can work more efficiently and scale their applications with ease....

May 11, 2024 路 4 min 路 849 words 路 Omid Farhang

Micro Frontends: How?

We already talked about Micro Frontends: Why? As web applications grow in complexity, maintaining a consistent tech stack becomes crucial for efficiency and scalability. If you have multiple projects using different frameworks, like Angular and React, unifying them can seem daunting. However, Micro Frontends offer a modern solution to this challenge, allowing you to integrate diverse projects seamlessly. Here鈥檚 how you can leverage Micro Frontends to unify your Angular and React projects....

May 9, 2024 路 3 min 路 436 words 路 Omid Farhang

Micro Frontends: Why?

Micro frontends is an architectural pattern for building web applications as a composition of loosely coupled, independently deployable frontend modules. It extends the principles of microservices to the frontend, allowing teams to develop, deploy, and scale parts of the user interface independently. In essence, micro frontends break down a large, monolithic frontend application into smaller, more manageable pieces, each with its own technology stack, development team, and deployment pipeline. Key characteristics of micro frontends Modularity: Micro frontends promote modularity by dividing the user interface into smaller, self-contained units called micro frontends....

May 9, 2024 路 5 min 路 903 words 路 Omid Farhang